Rimexolone Ophthalmology A topical for treating inflammation after ocular surgery and for anterior uveitis. See Uveitis.
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7th Circuit Digests 7th Circuit Court of Appeals Case Name: Vexol, S.A.
There are no human eye data for five topical corticosteroids: difluprednate (Durezol), fluorometholone (Flarex, Fluor-OP, FML), loteprednol (Alrex, Lotemax), prednisolone (Econopred), and rimexolone (Vexol).
Posroperatively the patient was prescribed rimexolone 1% (Vexol, Alcon, Texas, USA) q6h that was tapered one drop per week for 4 weeks, and ofloxacin 0.3% (Exocin, Allergan, Ireland) q6h for 10 days.